Luna Nájera will conduct this third session of Iberian Connections 7 (Contemporary Pasts), on “Friendship, Kinship, and the Law – In the Mediterranean.” Guests include Naor Ben-Yehoyada (Columbia), Jessica Marglin (USC), Lilith Mahmud (UC Irvine), and Hussein Fancy (Michigan, and soon Yale).
Announcements and events from Iberian Connections and other related seminars and groups.
Nathalie Miraval (Yale) will conduct the second session of Iberian Connections 7 (Contemporary Pasts), under the title “Radical Uncertainties: Afro-Latin American Studies in the Era of BLM.” She will engage in a conversation with some of the most interesting thinkers in the field.
“Can nonviolence be an aggressive political tool?
I would like to announce that the Issue 7 of Iberian Connections is now online.
The Workshop of Theory and Contemporary Critical Thought at Yale continues its work, now online.
Our Yale Workshop for Theory and Contemporary Critical Thought continues its activities during this pandemic world of COVID-19.
We begin this new semester of Iberian Connections devoted to the central question of the study of the Iberian Connections and Public Humanities.
During this second semester of existence of Iberian Connections, we are devoting all our interest to the central question of Public Humanities.
The sixth and last session of Iberian Connections for the fall-2019 semester features two specialists in Legal History, trans-disciplinar approaches to Law and Culture, and Medieval Studies.
As part of the Iberian Connections initiative, we are organizing a Digital Humanities workshop that will take place on Tuesday, November 12th, from 1:30 to 3:20, in Harkness Hall, room 013.